Crocheted Gloves


Crochet is a process of creating fabric from yarn or thread using a crochet hook. The word is
derived from the French word “crochet”, meaning hook. Crocheting, similar to knitting,
consists of pulling loops of yarn through other loops. Crochet differs from knitting in that
only one loop is active at one time, and that a crochet hook is used instead of knitting
needles.

The following Crochet Pattern will create one pair of Crocheted Lace Gloves to fit the
average hand. These gloves will stretch to fit most women’s hands; washing will restore them
to their original size.

Materials:
1-1/2 oz of a fine mercerized crochet cotton (No. 20); Size 7 steel crochet hook; Tubular
elastic to fit around wrists.

Gauge:6 Solomon’s knots to 2″ worked on size 7 steel hook. To save time, take time to check
gauge.

Right-hand glove:
Join length of elastic to fit around wrist. Work 100 sc over elastic and join with a sl st to
first sc.

1st round * Extend loop on hook to a height of approximately 1/4″, yo and draw a loop through
extended loop on hook, insert hook from front to back in the back strand of the loop just
made, yo and draw a loop through, there are now 2 loops on hook, yo and draw through 2 loops
on hook- called 1 Solomon’s knot or 1 SK -, skip next 4 sc, 1 sc in next sc, rep from * 19
more times. Do not turn at end of rounds.

2nd round * 1 SK, inserting hook under 2 top loops only of extended st work 1 sc in next SK
of previous round – called 1 sc top -, rep from * to end.

Last round forms SK pat.

Shape base of thumb

3rd round As 2nd round.

4th round (1 SK, 1 sc top) twice in next SK- 1 SK inc made -, * 1 SK, 1 sc top in next SK,
rep from * to end.

5th round As 2nd round.

6th round (1 SK, 1 sc top) twice in first SK, (1 SK, 1 sc top) twice in 2nd SK, * 1 SK, I sc
top in next SK, rep from * to end.

7th round As 2nd round.

8th round (1 SK, 1 sc top) twice in first SK, mark this inc with a colored thread, (1 SK, 1
sc top in next SK) 4 times, (1 SK, 1 sc top) twice in next SK, *1 SK, 1 sc top in next SK,
rep from * to end.

9th-13th rounds As 2nd round.

Divide for thumb

14th round Work in pat to position directly above marked inc, 3 SK, skip next 7 SK, 1 sc top
in next SK, mark last st with a colored thread, *1 SK, 1 sc top in next SK, rep from * to
end.

15th-20th rounds As 2nd round. 20 SK.

Divide for first finger

21st round Work in pat to position directly above marked st, 2 SK, skip next 13 SK, 1 sc top
in next SK.

First finger:
Next round (1 SK, I sc top in next SK) 8 times.

Cont. in rounds of SK pat on these 8 SK until finger measures 3″ from beg or length required.

Next round Ch l, (1 sc top in next SK, ch 1) 8 times.

Next round 1 sc in each of next 8 sc. Fasten off, leaving an end of yarn approx. 8″ long.

Thread yarn through last round and pull tightly to gather.

Secure yarn and cut off close to sts.

Second finger:
Next round With palm facing, rejoin yarn to sc at base of first finger, (1 SK, I sc top in
next SK) twice, 2 SK, skip next 9 SK of last round of palm, 1 sc top in next SK, (1 SK, 1 sc
top in next SK) twice, (1 SK, l sc top in base of first finger) twice.

Cont. in rounds of SK pat on these 8 SK until finger measures 3-1/4″ from beg or

length required.

Complete as for first finger.

Third finger:
Next round With palm facing, rejoin yarn to sc at base of 2nd finger, (1 SK, 1 sc top in next
SK) twice, 2 SK, skip next 5 SK, 1 sc top in next SK, (1 SK, 1 sc top in next SK) twice, (1
SK, 1 sc top in base of 2nd finger) twice.

Cont. in rounds of SK pat on these 8 SK until finger measures 3″ from beg or length required.

Complete as for first finger.

Fourth finger:

Next round With palm facing, rejoin yarn to sc at base of 3rd finger, (1 SK, 1 sc top in next
SK) 5 times, (1 SK, 1 sc top in base of 3rd finger) twice.

Cont. in rounds of SK pat on these 7 SK until finger measures 2-3/4′ from beg or length
required.

Next round Ch 1, (1 sc top in next SK, ch 1) 7 times.

Next round I sc in each of next 7 sc. Fasten off and complete as for first finger.

Thumb
Next round With RS facing, rejoin yarn to sc at right of thumb opening, (1 SK, 1 sc top in
next SK) 7 times, (1 SK, 1 sc in next sc) 3 times across back of thumb opening, (1 SK, 1 sc
top in next SK) 7 times, 1 sc top in next SK, skip next SK-1 SK dec.

Cont. in rounds of SK pat on these 9 SK until thumb measures 2-1/2″ from beg or length
required.

Next round Ch 1, (1 sc top in next SK, ch 1) 9 times.

Next round 1 sc in each of next 9 sc.

Fasten off and complete as for first finger.

Cuff
Turn glove upside-down and, with RS facing, rejoin yarn to elastic between any 2 sc worked
over elastic.

1st round Work 100 sc over elastic, inserting hook between previous sc.

2nd round (2 SK, skip next 3 sc, 1 sc in each of next 2 sc) 20 times.

3rd round (2 SK, 1 sc in knot between 2 SK) 20 times.

4th-6th rounds As 3rd round.

7th round * 1 SK, 7 sc in knot between next 2 SK, rep from * to end, join with a sl st to
first SK. Fasten off.

Left-hand glove
Work palm, fingers and thumb as for right-hand glove, then turn work inside-out.

Work cuff as for right-hand glove.

To Finish:
Weave in all loose ends invisibly and cut close to sts. Do not press.

Spray gloves lightly with water and leave to dry naturally. Lightly spray cuffs with starch.

You can buy ready made crochet gloves online at janeaustengiftshop.co.uk – click here.


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  1. By Obsessions » Risky Regencies on January 25, 2013 at 11:31 am

    [...] the Jane Austen Centre website, I found a pattern for crocheted gloves.   Now these look fun to make although I wonder if they would stretch as easily as the pattern [...]

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